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Less than half of Russians observe self-isolation

Less than half of Russians observe self-isolation
Experts at Online Market Intelligence (OMI) and Platform's social design center conducted a study on how Russian residents observe restrictive measures. In just a month, the results have noticeably worsened.

According to RBC, the results of the study were formed based on the results of an online survey, in which about a thousand respondents over 18 years old, living in cities with a population of more than 100 thousand people, took part. According to the data received, the share of citizens supporting the self-isolation regime has decreased by 15% compared to March. Now 47% are in favor of observing the regime against the March 62%.

Worse, Russians began to relate to self-isolation control systems. Justified the introduction of passes called only 28% of Russians. Even less - 27% of residents - supported the introduction of administrative responsibility for violation of self-isolation.

At the same time, Russians are not yet ready to visit crowded places. For example, only 8% of respondents are ready to go to a concert or a cinema, another 17% are ready to visit a shopping center or market. 44% of Russians are ready to go for a walk or in an unsuitable place, but 18% of those polled, even after quarantine has been lifted, will not leave home without emergency.

The Russians parted in their predictions about the end of quarantine. About 29% of respondents believe that the pandemic will end in June, 16% - in July. Another 11% believe that it takes about six months to fight against coronavirus. The share of those who hope for the end of the pandemic in May fell from 22% in early April to 10%.
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